I’ll state my case. If we think of how many divorces, lost jobs or DUI violations happen per year, we understand why there are so many attorneys in the US. Not to mention other crimes committed on American soil every day.
That means attorneys are never idle. That means they have to be in court, visiting clients or preparing their strategy thoroughly. So, whether he’s concentrated or at work, he’s losing money by working.
Let me show you how. Most attorneys charge reasonable fees to their clients or their reputation is the key to their success. Whatever the case may be, when they are working they can’t answer the phone. As a matter of fact, they dream of someone who could reduce the cunning stress of their work. A secretary would be ideal for those pesky tasks, but money is an issue and they need to reach a level where they can afford one.
Not anymore. Thanks to the development of new technologies, services that were only available for big companies are now near at hand for everybody. Literally. You only need your computer and phone to add them to the team.
Answering service for attorneys
The virtues of virtual secretaries is that they arrange work more efficiently, save time and provide a valuable service to clients. They won’t leave any call unanswered which will expand possibilities much better than before. At the same time, they deal with those clients who have hired our business, giving information or solving doubts. All these different calls used to interrupt concentration before or were simply missed because they were in the court and had to phone back, stretching on working hours.
By reducing the time spent doing those daily tasks, time becomes exponentially more efficient. And time is of the essence. Those hours spent in the office can now be transferred to the Court of Law, where money and action happens. Thereby, the attorney no longer needs to spend his time inside the office because, with the help of his phone, he will have become a virtual office.
Another interesting truth about virtual assistants is that they know how to answer the phone. Meaning, they follow a professional method that brings satisfaction to clients and produces a neat image about the attorney. This might seem irrelevant but clients tend to trust individuals who sound professional more. The quality of our line of work is first shown in the first contact. Just like an attorney dresses suitably, the voice on the phone should also wear its best clothes. It soothes any suspicion they might have had prior to the call. After all, they are in the need of an attorney for some reason so they have to be treated correctly, confidently and calm. Those three C’s are hard to get sometimes when we are working.
And now, I’ll rest my case.